focussing on a specific issue that needs to be addressed immediately
I know, I know, there are more “coaches” than you can shake a stick at, aren’t there? And I bet that most of them are about as qualified as my dog Rory.
That’s why I focus on “intervention coaching” only. That means focussing on a client with a specific issue that has to be addressed and resolved immediately. This usually runs from one to five sessions of an hour. Issues I have been asked to address include individuals who are overbearing, don’t listen, lone wolves, arrogant, lack leadership charisma or aren’t aware of personal space. Luckily not all of these were one client, but you get the idea. It’s a discreet, and discrete way to solve sensitive staff issues.